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I got this coupon organizer from the target dollar spot almost 3 1/2 years ago. This is where I pull my coupons and place them per store so my shopping trips are organized. I also keep my extra bucks and RR here. It has broken.


So yesterday I got THIS:


from CVS using ECB. HAHA! Look how many holders there are!!!


And I would like to take a moment to praise the binder. There are many coupon organizing methods out there and I have nothing bad to say about any of the ones that I don't use. But for me, the coupon binder is king. For the last year or so I've had a difficult time getting back into couponing as many of you know. My coupons will pile up on the counter uncut and making a mess. For months this will happen. I will shove them all into a walmart sack and stick it under my bed so I don't have to look at it anymore. This makes shopping difficult. But over the last 2-3 weeks, I've attempted to go through the old coupons, organize, cut, file, etc. So When I looked at the Kroger ad yesterday, I was able to flip through my coupon binder and pull the coupons I needed within 10 minutes and file them in my shopping trip thingy. (what are those called, anyway?) 

Coupon binder = easy couponing.
binder = zero time wasted
binder = no frazzled christine


All Hail the King!

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